Geary Fire Department Yearly Dues
Rural dues of $100.00 dollars are due in May and can be mailed to PO box 54 Geary Oklahoma 73040 or brought to the station May 12th during Open House. We invite all of you to come to the Open House and see any new equipment and if you’re new to the area please come meet the Fire Fighters that Volunteer. Again we thank you for your continued support of this Department and through the process of the building of the new Fire/EMS station south of town.
The Geary Volunteer Fire Department would first off like to thank you for your continued support of this Department and the men and women that volunteer for this great community we all love. With the dry weather we have experienced we would like to remind you all to use caution when burning outside. The Blaine County Commissioners have been very good about installing a burn ban when the need arises. We all understand the need to burn crop land and brush but burn bans are put in place for your safety and the safety of others in the area. This year the Volunteers have been busy with training, several have taken NIMS classes and the new hires over the past couple years have attended Wild Land training and also Vehicle Extrication. Geary hosted a Structural Fire Fighting class and had several volunteers from surrounding communities join the class. We continue to have in house training on regular schedule meeting nights as much as possible. Volunteers also attended a Wild Land search and rescue class in Hitchcock and continue to to attend the Blaine County Chiefs meetings. This gives us the opportunity to work with and experience what the surrounding departments are doing and lets us all work together to better prepare for any incidents that we may be called upon to help our fellow communities. Blaine county has several training opportunities in the near future that we are all looking forward to. Geary is growing and as a Fire service we want to grow right along with it, As you all know we are in the process of building a new Fire Station south of town. We hope to have the communities support in this and look forward to the advantages the new station, the additional equipment and the man power this station will provide us.